PHOTOLUMINESCENT SAFETY APPLICATIONS

Stairnosing

JALITE Stairnosing has been designed to complement existing emergency systems or could be used in conjunction with a full photoluminescent evacuation route marking system for escape route illumination. Power failure on stairways could be a fatal hazard for evacuees. 

Under conditions of total power failure JALITE Stairnosing will immediately illuminate to help the evacuee to orientate, locate stair edges and risers, and assist the safe evacuation of the premises. 

JALITE Stairnosing requires no electrical connection and is simple to install and requires no special maintenance.

Stairnosing

Raked-back stair-nosing
Code: SNAL(R)
50mm profile
1.35m lengths x (15 pieces)

Straight-back stair-nosing
Code: SNAL(S)
50mm profile
1.35m lengths x (15 pieces)

Top Step Marker
Code: 9059R
1.5” x 1.2m (15 pack)

PVC step marker with high contrast slip resistant strip, backed with foam adhesive

Mechanically fastened Stair-nosing
Code: 9062
2” x 1.2m
Clear anodised aluminium nosing, with JALITE AAA rigid
PVC photoluminesent insert and slip resistant strip

Mechanically fastened Stair-nosing
Code: 9063
2” x 1.2m
Black anodised aluminium nosing, with JALITE AAA rigid
PVC photoluminescent insert and slip resistant strip

Mechanically fastened Stair-nosing
Code: 9060
2” x 1.2m
Clear anodised aluminium threshold, with JALITE AAA rigid PVC photoluminescent insert and slip resistant
strip

Mechanically fastened Stair-nosing
Code: 9061
2” x 1.2m
Black anodised aluminium threshold, with JALITE AAA rigid PVC photoluminescent insert and slip resistant
strip

Risk assessments carried out on premises with more than one floor level have identified that designated escape routes are a high priority on the fire safety agenda for building managers, facility managers and designated fire personnel.

These assessments have also identified that staircases used for evacuation purposes are an unfamiliar environment. Recent International Standards and Legislation have also highlighted the need for consistent and repetitive information for evacuees to follow in an emergency situation. Imagine what could happen if the lighting system failed or if smoke obscured the ceiling luminaires in these staircases.